Re: RE: New work on fonts at W3C

2009/6/22 Levantovsky, Vladimir <>
> For the purpose of this discussion let’s forget the DRM – nobody ever asked for one.

I'm sorry that I misunderstood you when you said, ("I intentionally
avoid saying that d-word but we all know what it is) created a
backbone for new business model to be put in place that both consumers
and content providers can live with."

I understood that you were advocating EOT as a DRM system to create "a
backbone for new business model."

> Do you truly believe that nobody would ever want to pay for a service or a product they like and need?

No, actually. Free software means a free market in developing the
software; it is absolutely not anti-commercial. Think of Red Hat.

Received on Monday, 22 June 2009 22:00:39 UTC